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Stall of wings

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A __________________ wing aircraft tends to stall at the wing tip first.

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  1. Anand on Oct 17, 2012


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  2. Nathan Parker on Oct 17, 2012


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  3. Steve Pomroy on Oct 17, 2012

    Swept. Delta.

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  4. Donnie on Oct 18, 2012

    And the reason this is interesting is that as a swept wing stalls at the tips first, the center of lift moves forward — which causes a pitch up tendency — which will exacerbate the stall condition.

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